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Caballerial, Full Cab or Cab, was originally a skateboarding trick performed in a half pipe, but has now been adopted to other terrains and is also performed in BMX. It is a fakie backside 360 ollie, or in BMX, a fakie 360. The Caballerial was named after professional skateboarder Steve Caballero, who invented the trick in 1981, originally doing the trick backside.
The Half-cab is a variation of the Caballerial where the rider only rotates 180 degrees rather than the full 360.
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